Explore the most popular trails near Chino Hills with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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Excellent trail early in the morning. Camp ground with restrooms half way.

hiking
no shade
7 days ago

Trail is the easier version of the Helen McCoy loop!

hiking
12 days ago

completely overgrown. if you get to the part you think is over grown go anouther mile that's where it is really overgrown

hiking
no shade
over grown
12 days ago

Went after 3pm and there were a few shade spots. The trail is quite easy but very overgrown in some sections. I took it all the way to the locked gate and did not go beyond before heading back. This is not a loop trail. I left wondering where the path behind the gate ends.

hiking
rocky
13 days ago

Good small hike.

hiking
rocky
23 days ago

I decided to do this trail while pushing my daughter in her stroller. Big big mistake!!! And, not for little kiddos. A Fox came out of the brush and I was freaked out as it kept looking back at us. I ended up cutting the last little bit of the trail as I couldn’t push the stroller up any more huge hills. Best to do this with a hiking buddy and no kids. And this should be rated moderate this isn’t a beginner trail in my opinion.

Hiked this trail this morning. I am 74 and do mostly what is called "Nordic Walking" (look it up, many benefits). This is a very good trail for this activity because it has a balanced mix of uphill, downhill and flats which makes for a good walking workout. The only section that I am not wild about is the long flat paved English Road. I don't like walking on pavement because it seems to beat me up more than dirt. Still, it is a pleasant trail and has nice views. It is popular and there were lots of walkers out this morning.

hiking
over grown
25 days ago

Over grown and can’t tell where the trail is the whole way through. Very frustrating considering I had my 2 year old in a hiking backpack.

hiking
off trail
30 days ago

One thing that worried me about this trail was having to cross a major street that had no cross walks to use. Another thing was having to reconnect to the trail a few times as it goes on some residential streets for a minute. It is a little bumpy at the start of the trail for pushing a stroller, but my daughter didn’t seem to mind.

Enjoyed this trail a lot of up hill in the beginning, the trail head was a little hard to find. Nice urban trail with a beautiful view. Well worth it great workout, part of the trail is near residential area and equestrian farms.

hiking
30 days ago

Nice 2-miler with just bit of elevation towards end, once you’re nice and warmed up. Not exactly Yosemite but still gives a bit of that “away” outdoorsy feeling and it certainly beats treadmill at gym. Also makes a good beginner hike to bring kids, someone not in best shape, or anyone apprehensive about “hiking.” A couple other nearby hikes are twice or more elevation gain so can progress to more difficult trails within 5-10 minute drive once you’ve mastered this one. P.S. Lots of street parking except 1st and 3rd Thursdays of month, 8AM-4PM.

no shade
30 days ago

The last time I stepped foot on the trail was on the long one, and it had not been properly treated. This time around, I decided to give the short loop a try, and what do you know? They cut down the weeds! This time around the first part of the trail was amazing. No bugs crawling all over me due to the overgrown weeds. I do recommend for sure!

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

walking
1 month ago

More walking trail, great for kids!

hiking
no shade
over grown
1 month ago

Great Trail, open and views for miles of the hills!!

I love this route. It’s hard to find the beginning point according to the AllTrails map, but once you find it, it’s easy to stay on track. There are lots of animals and things to see. There is a high elevation at some point, depending where you start. Cute hike!

hiking
no shade
off trail
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

hiking
no shade
rocky
1 month ago

Good trail. Not good for strollers but kids can walk it with appropriate footwear. Some steep areas that can be a challenge for novice walkers or very young children.

Too hot - not much shade - avoid this trail in summer

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

Good trail for a baby with a stroller. Went around 10:00 am not too hot. Nice incline in the way up it only took about 20 minutes to come back down... would do it again.

hiking
bugs
no shade
over grown
1 month ago

Most portions of the trail east of the main paved road are either completely gone or overgrown to the point of being impassable. To avoid these sections we took an unnamed trail along the ridge of several hills until we crossed back over the pavement. The western half was much more maintained. Uphill was difficult because the trails are covered in straw making them slippery and hard to gain traction. Overgrown areas cut you up from 7-8ft tall scrub brush and there are tarantula wasps everywhere. Nice views of the rolling hills outside Chino, but you're better off exploring different trail than this.

running
no shade
1 month ago

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